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Thailand’s roads second deadliest in the world: World Health Organization
According to the 2015 Global Status Report of Road Safety by the World Health Organization (WHO), 14,059 people were killed in Thailand by road accidents in 2012 which is about 36.2 people per per 100,000 — the second highest rate in the world.
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Scouts and Girl Guides Injured When Bus Returning From Camp Flips
Forty young scouts and guides were injured when returning from a camp in Muak Lek, Saraburi. Their bus overturned after hitting a pick-up.
The bus driver has been charged with negligent driving.
Two of the girl guides, aged 12 and 13, were seriously injured. The remainder of the children suffered minor injuries. All were initially treated at Wang Muang Hospital but twenty were later transferred to Phra Phutabaht Hospital.
There were 65 people on the bus. The children and their teachers were returning to three schools in Ayuthaya province after a three day camp.
The bus driver, Surachart Art-siri, said that the brakes failed and he could not control the vehicle.
He hit a pick-up coming in the opposite direction before the bus flipped and crashed into trees. The driver of the pick-up, Jakkrit Pattasingh, had to be cut from his vehicle and was then taken to hospital.
Surachart was arrested and charged with negligent driving causing injury. The accident happened on the Wang Muang – Muak Lek Road.
Source: Thairath17 December, 2016 at 3:36 am #8
Skidding Car Hits Pedestrian Taxi Driver
This video shows an out of control car that skids off the highway and then hits an innocent taxi driver who is standing next to his vehicle. The incident happened on the Rachapreuk Road in Nonthaburi.
The taxi driver was trapped underneath the wreck but he lived.
The driver of the wrecked vehicle has been charged with negligent driving causing damage and injury.
All injured people were sent to Kasem Rat hospital.
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CHIANG MAI: — Five tourists were taken to hospital in Fang, Chiang Mai after a van demolished two power poles and ended up by a tree twenty meters off the road.
Fang police helped the victims of the accident that occurred between kilometer markers 15 and 16 in Doi Ang Khang on Wednesday.
The seriously injured victims were taken to Fang Hospital as police began an investigation into the cause of the accident.5 January, 2017 at 4:52 am #13
Woman drags motorcycle under pick-up for three kilometers
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Bus accident occurs toward the end of this clip (about 2.01):
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